All sessions from our successful Sleep Week online conference are now available to watch on demand.
If you registered for any Sleep Week session, you can view it online for free. To do this you need to use the links emailed to you the week after Sleep Week, otherwise you'll be charged twice!You will also need to be logged in to the ASA website. Lost your email? Don't worry! Contact Mischka Yates and she'll resend it to you.
Anyone can watch a Sleep Week session through the Education Centre's Sleep Week library. Some sessions are free for everyone, while you will need to pay to access others. Make sure you're logged in to your member account to access member discounts for Sleep Week sessions.
Check out some of our most popular Sleep Week sessions to date:
- OSA and COVID-19 topics by demand - This two-hour respiratory session focuses on COVID-19 and obstructive sleep apnoea topics requested by members of the Respiratory Council. Presentations include the use of NIV in non-COVID patients during the pandemic. Speakers include Charles Bouchard from Loyola University Chicago on ocular manifestations of sleep apnoea and cardiologist Omar Farouque on the pathophysiological links between OSA and atrial fibrillation.
- Dental sleep medicine - A two-hour session on dental sleep medicine featuring three expert speakers and three original research oral presentations. Featured speakers include Benjamin Pliska, Ramesh Balasubramaniam and Ghizlane Aarab.
- State of the art: sleepiness, restless legs and consumer data to measure sleep - The sleep physicians' session covered the latest innovations in sleep medicine relating to hypersomnias (Simon Frenkel and Clare Ellender), restless legs (John Swieca) and using consumer data to measure sleep (Olivia Walch from the US).
You might also like to check out the two Sleep Week postgraduate short courses: